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Review of the week

Congratulations on completing Week 2 of Understanding Systems Thinking in Healthcare.

This week, we’ve explored healthcare system mapping as a systematic approach to understanding, analysing and optimising the activities, processes and functions within complex healthcare systems to help improve how they operate.

We also discussed healthcare system mapping as a (preferably) graphical representation of an end-to-end description of the actors/stakeholders, activities/interactions and requirements of a process for making change.

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